Ken Smith Place Poems

  • 1.
    thereâ??s only ever one argument: his,
    bawling out whoever punctuates
    the brief intervals his cussing
    | interrupts, something unheard, reason perhaps.
    ...
  • 2.
    I tell a wanderer's tale, the same
    I began long ago, a boy in a barn,
    I am always lost in it. THe place
    is always strange to me. In my pocket
    ...
  • 3.
    To Mohács
    in the marshlands, still in the pouring rain,
    August 29th, 1526, where those summoned
    and hastily gathered died in thousands
    ...
Total 3 Place Poems by Ken Smith

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Doom is the House without the Door-
'Tis entered from the Sun-
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